About Us

Who We Are

Community Neuroscience Services (CNS) was founded to provide accessible, patient-focused neurology care. Drawing upon their collective experiences, Dr. Jordan Eisenstock and his colleagues felt that a more holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to neurologic treatment and care would greatly benefit patients. They created CNS—an innovative neurology practice dedicated to treating the whole patient—to provide a comprehensive community of care where patients feel respected and valued.

The CNS care team has years of experience in a wide spectrum of neurologic conditions. Each team member brings significant knowledge and insight to the practice, and their affiliations with leading neurology associations and organizations enable CNS to offer the most beneficial treatment approaches.

CNS treats each patient as they would a family member, engaging in open, honest communications to ensure the best treatment pathway. Committed to patients’ long-term well-being, the CNS team strives to be accessible and available, offering advice, guidance, support and care to enhance each patient’s quality of life.

Our Expertise

  • Neurology
  • Psychiatry
  • Movement Disorders
  • Neurosurgery
  • Neuro-oncology
  • Neuro-rehab
  • Pain Management
  • Palliative Care

Our Care Team

Our Philosophy

Miriam Aframe, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
  • over a dozen years of experience working with
    • broad range of child, adolescent and adult populations
    • providing individual and group counseling
    • providing psychological assessments and parent support
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“I am dedicated to helping children and their families establish the social, emotional and intellectual skills they need to reach their full potential. Nurturing children’s unique personalities and relationships with others is essential to their lifelong development.”

Miriam Aframe, Psy.D.

Breta Boots, DO

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Specializes in general neurology with emphasis in epilepsy and neuromuscular disorders
  • Provides care for people who are experiencing dysfunction of the nervous system, including conditions such as:
    • neuropathy
    • seizures
    • multiple sclerosis
    • headache
    • stroke
    • post-concussive syndromes
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“Neurologic disorders can have a profound impact on how a person experiences his or her life.  I take great pride in working closely with individuals to find ways to optimize well-being in every way possible.  There is always something that can be done, and I am thrilled to be part of such an extraordinary team of people committed to offering the best care for our patients.”

Breta Boots, DO

Elizabeth DeGrush, DO

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Dually trained
  • Specializes in caring for people with disorders that bridge the gap between neurologic and psychiatric disease, including:
    • dementia
    • seizures
    • traumatic brain injury
    • multiple sclerosis
    • autism spectrum disorder in adults
    • movement disorders
    • functional neurological disorders
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“I have dedicated my professional life to learning about and caring for people with neuropsychiatric illness. During my education and training, the emphasis has been on memorization, facts, diagrams.  When you begin to care for patients, you realize that treating human beings is far more complex than any diagram.  You must treat each patient with respect for their own individuality, their own method of healing.  This is frustrating and yet gratifying- when you truly find a way to help a single human being, the reward is monumental.”

Elizabeth DeGrush, DO

Brian Dessureau, PhD

Clinical Neuropsychologist
  • Over 15 years of experience working with adults and children with neurologic conditions
  • Provides care for a wide range of acquired and developmental neurologic conditions
  • Specializes in life-span developmental neuropsychology, concussion/traumatic brain injury and the dementing illnesses
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“Individuals with neurologic conditions require a diversity of care to meet all of their needs. We want people who come to us to feel comfortable knowing that, whatever their situation, we will be able to meet and exceed their expectations, treating them not as a patient, but as a person.”

Brian Dessureau, PhD

Jordan Eisenstock, MD, MBA, CPE

President and Founding Partner
  • Board certified neurologist and psychiatrist
  • Specializes in treating a broad array of all neurologic conditions
  • Has a particular interest in sports-related concussion
  • Assistant professor of neurology and psychiatry at UMass Medical School (Worcester)
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“Neurologic conditions affect the body and mind in very different ways, and are often life-changing. I want people to know that we are here for them—ready, willing and able to offer expert care, guidance, support and reassurance that we will do whatever it takes to improve their quality of life.”

Jordan Eisenstock, MD, MBA, CPE

Sarah Feigon, PhD

Licensed Psychologist
  • Over a decade of experience in the cognitive-behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders, including:
    • panic disorder
    • generalized anxiety disorder
    • social anxiety disorder
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“I believe therapy works best when the client learns to become his or her own therapist.  My goal in working with my clients is to provide them with a set of skills that they can draw upon to maintain their gains after they end therapy.”

Sarah Feigon, PhD

Shivang Joshi, MD, MPH, RPh

Director, Headache Center
  • Board Certified in Neurology and Headache Medicine
  • Works with patients with trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias, such as cluster headaches and migraine with aura in women
  • Specializes in advanced treatments including Botox for chronic migraine, occipital and trigeminal nerve blocks
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“CNS is truly a community, where people come together to help one another. By listening to our patients and sharing our knowledge, we can more accurately pinpoint the causes of a condition, ensuring optimal treatment options and the very best quality of care.”

Shivang Joshi, MD, MPH, RPh

Rebecca Lundquist, MD

Board Certified Psychiatrist
  • Specializes in the treatment of adults for psychiatric conditions
  • Has specific interest in working with women whose conditions overlap obstetrics and gynecology, such as:
    • psychiatric disorders in pregnancy and lactation
    • premenstrual dysphoric disorder
    • psychiatric symptoms during the menopausal transition
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“Mental health is an important part of overall health.  For that reason, I believe that working closely as a team with your other health care providers is essential to a successful outcome for you.  By collaborating in this way, I hope to provide you with the care and support you need to manage and treat your concerns.”

Rebecca Lundquist, MD

Megan Lyons, CRC, LRC

Certified and Licensed Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Has extensive knowledge of all aspects of disability, and psychological and medical rehabilitation practices.
  • Offers rehabilitation counseling that specializes in the areas of brain injury and stroke
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“I love guiding people and helping them create a rehabilitation plan that works for them—meeting people where they are, physically and emotionally—to maximize their potential and help them feel more at ease during the rehabilitation process.”

Megan Lyons, CRC, LRC

David Morin, MD, MBA

Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Psychiatry
  • Currently specializing in psychopharmacology
  • Interested in treating patients with depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, and mood disorders
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“Many challenges, both physical and emotional, can limit a person’s ability to truly live life to the fullest. My goal is to work with every patient individually to identify  the problems and barriers they face in their lives and to come up with personalized solutions that will help them reach their full potential.  Working together, within a compassionate and creative framework, we can stay focused on finding a way forward.”

David Morin, MD, MBA

Suja Sadasivan, MD

Director, Movement Disorders Program
  • Board Certified Neurologist
  • Fellowship trained in movement disorders
  • Areas of expertise include:
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Essential tremor
    • Huntington’s disease
    • Chorea
    • Dystonia
    • Migraines
    • Strokes
    • Seizures
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“I want patients to feel as though they are part of our family, the CNS community.  We are that constant in a patient’s life, supporting and guiding them during a difficult time and helping them choose the best therapeutic options for a better quality of life.”

Suja Sadasivan, MD

Daniel Tanenbaum, MD

Physiatrist
  • Board Certified in electrodiagnostic medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation
  • Provides a comprehensive range of rehabilitation services to help people experiencing acute or chronic conditions
  • Works with patients who have a sports or work-related injury, or who suffer the long-term limitations caused by:
    • multiple sclerosis
    • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
    • arthritis
    • amputations
    • fractures
    • stroke
    • brain or spinal cord injury
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“It is really gratifying to be able to help people improve their overall level of physical functioning and ability, so that they can get back to doing things that are meaningful to them. Our holistic approach to care—looking at an issue from as many points of view as possible—means we will do whatever it takes to optimize a person’s quality of life.”

Daniel Tanenbaum, MD

Alixis Van Horn, MSN, APRN-C

Certified and licensed nurse practitioner
  • Specializes in neurology
  • Has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, including:
    • general neurology
    • neurosurgery
    • neuro-oncology
    • neuro-rehab
    • pain management
    • palliative care
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“Advocating on behalf of patients and helping them understand the physical, emotional and spiritual impacts of neurologic conditions—and working towards the best treatment paths—is empowering and gratifying. Though honest, open dialogue, we create a warm, proactive environment in which patients feel supported and well cared for.”

Alixis Van Horn, MSN, APRN-C